I have the following problem when creating a DVD: I create in Photoshop 5.5. levels with a menu consisting of a background picture and buttons, which I then import a set menu with levels in DVD Studio Pro 3. Image file. PSD RGB 8-bit. The finished disc is then the menu is lighter than the original Photoshop file. Who can help??
Antwort von PowerMac:
I think all Apple products s.Schluss expect too bright So the encoding of the background in the DVD format. Reason is a small gamma value.
So exporting to PS darker;)
but otherwise: finalcutpro.de continue to ask in the forum. Uli Stein is sitting there, the author of the best DVD Studio Pro book. He knows EVERYTHING about the program.
Antwort von alannah12:
Thank you for your answer ... 'll give it a shot ... would be a pity if the brightness of the files would always appreciate ...
Antwort von Stefan:
;-) You do not need to appreciate
PS You have to adjust or improve the calculator so that it knows "My Lord and Master sits in front of a MAC computer monitor and I show him pictures of a little lighter, so he is not trying to make her own lighter."
It is called GAMMA setting for the monitor and ensure there is at PS (PC) is a tool of Adobe (Adobe Gamma).
More on gamma on different platforms, there are at http://www.cgsd.com/papers/gamma.web.html and http://www.photoscientia.co.uk/Gamma.htm http://www.ephotozine.com/techniques/viewtechnique.cfm?recid=12
Good luck The fat Stefan
Antwort von jlaeby:
Tonal range for PAL / SECAM is limited to 16-235. Images are adjusted accordingly, neither too light nor the dark areas too dark .... jlaeby